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Final Report: The Accessible Journey
The Accessible Journey: Report of the Inquiry into Accessible Public Land Transport. The report was released on 26 October 2005. The decision to hold an Inquiry was prompted by the experiences of disabled people who came to the Commission seeking enforcement of their right not to be discriminated against in the provision of public transport. The Human Rights Commission is committed to supporting the implementation of this Inquiry’s recommendations.
This report is available in a range of formats. To read the report, please click on a link below:
- Word (989kb)
- PDF (will be available shortly)
- Plain Language (1.41 MB)
- Maori ( 244kb) (including the Foreword, Executive Summary and Recommendations)
- The following formats are compatible with Screen Reader software:Screen Readers Marked Up Version (Word 1MB)
Marked Up Word Version (910kb)
HTML Plain Text (516kb)
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to access a copy of the full report in Large Print or Audio (cassette) format.
To read the media release that accompanied the report’s release, click here.